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Volunteer Opportunities for Nov. 17, 2004

By Staff
Posted on November 17, 2004 | Announcements | Comments Off on Volunteer Opportunities for Nov. 17, 2004

The counseling center needs a graphic design student to volunteer creative talents and services to assist with designing bulletin boards. The boards will function in the residence halls to provide educational information on different topics for students. If interested, contact Steve Rowlands at Ext. 2876 or e-mail

The Virginia Beach Spring Break Campaign needs campaigners. The group will work in the inner city with the homeless and impoverished community. E-mail Jordan Swim at or Jordan Wesley at for more information.

Spots are still available for the Portland, Ore., Spring Break Campaign. The campaign will work with the Portland Urban Ministry Project. The price has dropped from $650 to $580, and fund-raising opportunities will be available. For more information, please contact Emily Vaughn at or at 672-7530.

Wesley Court, a new retirement living center in Abilene, needs volunteers Wednesday to assist elderly residents with various tasks as they move into the facility. Volunteers are needed from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Contact the Volunteer and Service-Learning Center for more information.

The Service Action Leadership Team is raising money to purchase Thanksgiving meals for at least 50 families from Taylor Elementary School. Each meal costs $45, and student donations are needed. Students are encouraged to bring donations of any amount to the Volunteer and Service-Learning Center by Friday.

Positions are still available for students interested in going on a Spring Break Campaign. There will be a $25 sign-up fee. Students may pay with cash, check or credit card. For more information, visit the Spring Break Campaigns Web site.

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